"If you’re struggling, you deserve to make self-care a priority. Whether that means lying in bed all day, eating comfort food, putting off homework, crying, sleeping, rescheduling plans, finding an escape through a good book, watching your favorite tv show, or doing nothing at all — give yourself permission to put your healing first. Quiet the voice telling you to do more and be more, and today, whatever you do, let it be enough. Feel your feelings, breathe, and be gentle with yourself. Acknowledge that you’re doing the best you can to cope and survive. And trust that during this time of struggle, it’s enough."

Daniell Koepke  (via fawun)

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"Every nerve in my body could be damaged or numb, and I’d still be able to feel you."

Anonymous  (via cygnie)

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"I let it go. It’s like swimming against the current. It exhausts you. After a while, whoever you are, you just have to let go, and the river brings you home."

Joanne Harris, Five Quarters of the Orange (via coyotegold)

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"Sometimes you tell someone to never call you again; and then the phone rings and you hope it’s them — it’s the most twisted logic of all time."

John Mayer  (via senyahearts)

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"

Sober or drunk, it’s always you.

"

Unknown (via kanyequeen)

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"Sometimes you just have to be brave. You have to be strong. Sometimes you just can’t give in to weak thoughts. You have to beat down those devils that get inside your head and try to make you panic. You struggle along, putting one foot a little bit ahead of the other."

James Marsden (via psych-facts)

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"Everyone’s fucked up. You’ve just gotta decide what kinda fucked up you’re into."

I’m not into you. (via blackbruise)

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"It’s so difficult to describe depression to someone who’s never been there, because it’s not sadness. I know sadness. Sadness is to cry and to feel. But it’s that cold absence of feeling— that really hollowed-out feeling."